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Drop Your Phone in the Sink – We Dare You
1/29/2013

UK-based P2i has developed a waterproof nano-coating that protects smartphones such as the Alcatel One Touch, and Motorola's RAZR and XOOM. We think the company should develop the technology for consumers who want to apply it to the devices they already own.   (Source: P2i)
UK-based P2i has developed a waterproof nano-coating that protects smartphones such as the Alcatel One Touch, and Motorola's RAZR and XOOM. We think the company should develop the technology for consumers who want to apply it to the devices they already own.
(Source: P2i)

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Nancy Golden
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Logical Progression
Nancy Golden   1/29/2013 10:25:35 AM
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Amazing technology - and a logical progression for protecting portable electronics. It seems like a good addition to production from both a manufacturer's and a consumer's standpoint as it will most certainly reduce warranty returns and repairs.

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